Thursday, February 16, 2012

The EU is entirely made up of Moochers & Looters - PROTEST 18/2/12

If a small group of men were always regarded as guilty, in any clash with any other group, regardless of the issues or circumstances involved, would you call it persecution? If this group were always made to pay for the sins, errors, or failures of any other group, would you call that persecution? If this group had to live under a silent reign of terror, under special laws, from which all other people were immune, laws which the accused could not grasp or define in advance and which the accuser could interpret in any way he pleased—would you call that persecution? If this group were penalized, not for its faults, but for its virtues, not for its incompetence, but for its ability, not for its failures, but for its achievements, and the greater the achievement, the greater the penalty—would you call that persecution?
If your answer is “yes”—then ask yourself what sort of monstrous injustice you are condoning, supporting, or perpetrating. That group is the American businessmen . . .
Every ugly, brutal aspect of injustice toward racial or religious minorities is being practiced toward businessmen.. . . Every movement that seeks to enslave a country, every dictatorship or potential dictatorship, needs some minority group as a scapegoat which it can blame for the nation’s troubles and use as a justification of its own demands for dictatorial powers. In Soviet Russia, the scapegoat was the bourgeoisie; in Nazi Germany, it was the Jewish people; in America, it is the businessmen.
Ayn Rand, “America’s Persecuted Minority: Big Business,” Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, 44

In considering the above statement from today's perspective, given that the above was written in 1944 and all that has passed in between, particularly across Europe, it is very important to remember that large corporations and banks, in cosying up to the politicians, bureaucrats and the eurocrats to become corpotists, collectivists and therefore part of the non-democratic EU system, they themselves have become the same looters and moochers, namely parasites who feed off the hard work of ordinary men, women and especially those who run small businesses.

If Europe is to return to growth and prosperity, we must remove the suffocating grip that the EU has been given in now controlling the daily lives of around 500 million people. The visit undertaken this week by EU Presidents Van Rompuy and Barroso to Red China, which holds absolute power over its swarming peoples, should be taken as an ominous warning on what they presently apparently have in mind!

Allowing the EU to continue to grind the people of Greece into the ground, without making a protest against their actions this weekend, would be to condone what they are about! 

Greeks for the moment have become the EU's persecuted minority as described above, but who may be next?

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